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ix regiments were brought into action, commanded, as we learn, by McCulloch, brother of Ben McCulloch, killed at Pea Ridge.
With yells that Ben McCulloch, killed at Pea Ridge.
With yells that would make faint hearts quail, on double-quick they charged our little band.
They met the shock like heroes, reserving their fire until the rday that the rebels, under General Henry McCulloch, brother of Ben McCulloch, were concentrating near him, with a menacing front, toward Mild.
This force of from five to six thousand, it was supposed, General McCulloch had divided into three parts, sending one part to Young's Poiy, which they rolled before them as they neared the Union ranks — McCulloch expected to gain Milliken's Bend by substituting mules for hay. Imen in vain to stand up to it and fight or die in the last ditch, McCulloch, if it were McCulloch, was compelled to sound the retreat and witMcCulloch, was compelled to sound the retreat and withdraw, leaving a heap of dead men and mules lying stark upon the field.
The colored regiment had thus far not met with any considerable loss